Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission Finds That Temporary Help Services Are Not Subject to Sales Tax

Schenkelberg, William D.; Baehman, Jay; Larson, Andy; Sutton, Giles; Yesnowitz, Jamie C.
September 2009
Journal of State Taxation;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p43
Academic Journal
The article presents a reprint of the article "Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission Finds That Temporary Help Services Are Not Subject to Sales Tax," by William D. Schenkelberg, Jay Baehman, Andy Larson, Giles Sutton and Jamie C. Yesnowitz, which appeared in Grant Thornton LLP "State and Local Tax Alert." It discusses the decision Manpower Inc. and Wisconsin Department of Revenue case. It explores the state's statute in taxability of temporary help service. It tackles the DOR policy in this issue.


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